Jun 6, 2014; Pittsburgh, PA, USA; Pittsburgh Pirates third baseman Pedro Alvarez (24) slides across home plate to score a run against the Milwaukee Brewers during the sixth inning at PNC Park. Mandatory Credit: Charles LeClaire-USA TODAY Sports

Burgh Brew Podcast: Breaking Down Pittsburgh Penguins' Big Moves, Plus Pirates' Push For .500

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City of Champions Radio host Matt Gajtka returns with the latest edition of Burgh Brew, a caffeinated look around the realm of Pittsburgh sports.

His guest for this episode is CoC staff writer Larry Snyder, and the two tackle the Penguins’ unconventional management shuffle to start the program.

What does the hiring of Jim Rutherford mean for the team’s immediate future? What should we make of the way Dan Bylsma was dismissed? Is all well that ends well for the Pens, at least in this case?

Also, the Pirates scored a knockout in the opener of their series against first-place Milwaukee. With 12 wins in their past 18 games, have the Bucs finally turned the corner on the season?

To wrap up the show, the guys take a peek at the Riverhounds’ latest match action and a new pro team in Washington, Pa., to watch.

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